Carnaby is a mecca for gastronomic obsessives. With new restaurants and bars popping up in Carnaby ALL THE TIME, it's easy for each visit to the area to feel like a brand new experience. We're not blowing our own trumpet here (well, kind of), but this could be why we're known for being a top-class London foodie destination.
In Carnaby, the world is your oyster, with 14 streets representing 30 cuisines - you can take a trip around the globe from the comfort of your chair. Alongside underground cocktail dens, cosy date night spots and speedy lunch time grab-and-go's, it's easy to wander around, and around, and around, until you happen upon the perfect place. But sometimes you might be in for a big surprise, turn a corner and you'll face something new and unexpected.
Two Kingly Court newcomers have made a big impression on the area's dining scene. After popping up around Carnaby, Syrian restaurateur Imad Alarnab has put down roots on the third floor with Imad's Syrian Kitchen. Next-door, Korean Dinner Party brings the late-night vibes with plenty of kimchi, fried chicken and Yakult cocktails.
Immerse yourself in the taste of the Mediterranean with fresh fish, octopus and more at INO - the latest addition to Newburgh Quarter.
On Ganton Street Pam's has settled in nicely with punchy cocktails, a whole lot of steak and a hell of a view of the illuminated lightbulbs. Located opposite, Mamma Pastrama is representing the NYC dining scene with a cool take on the classic pastrami sandwich.
Just around the corner on Kingly Street, Bar Crispin is known for its organic wine and experimental small plates - anchovy and potato Foccacia with salsa verde anyone?
Bringing oodles of noodles, Japanese tonkatsu ramen spot Kanada-Ya has landed in Foubert's Place with it's specialist pork broth and zingy small bites.
Flying over from Istanbul, Zahter has brought a slice of Turkish cuisine to Carnaby.
Dirty Bones have opened their brand new Kingly Court restaurant and there's a special mouth-watering truffle burger ready to light up your tastebuds too.
Marsha has winged it over to Kingly Court, offering a zero-waste chicken ethos, delicious small plates, burgers, cocktails and more.
Nightjar has opened and it is set to zhoosh up the late-night scene with a sublime cocktail menu and expertly-curated live music.
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